2 edition of Indigenous flowers of the Hawaiian islands. found in the catalog.
Indigenous flowers of the Hawaiian islands.
Sinclair, Isabella "Mrs. Francis Sinclair, Jr."
|Statement||by Mrs. Francis Sinclair, Jr. ...|
|LC Classifications||QK473.H4 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. l., 44 numb. l.|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||01019214|
'Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands: Kolokolo' by Isabella Sinclair Measurements: " x 11" Unmatted and unframed. Includes original page description. Provenance: From the personal collection of John Dominis Holt - Acquired from the Honolulu Museum of Art. . Isabella Sinclair: Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands – a digital reproduction of 44 chromolithographed plates of the Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands. London: First edition of first color plate book devoted to the flora of Hawaii.
'Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands: Milo' by Isabella Sinclair Measurements: " x 11" Unmatted and unframed. Includes original page description. Provenance: From the personal collection of John Dominis Holt - Acquired from the Honolulu Museum of Art. An original print plate from the well-respected "Indigeno. Limited Time Offer: Experience a hour Guided Kayak Tour from the world-famous Kailua Beach to Popoi’a Island for only $ FREE burlap beach tote with purchase of $ or more! Bring the authentic tastes and sights of Hawai’i to your doorstep.
The lokelani, also known as the pink lokelani or the pink cottage rose, is a beautiful, pink flower similar in appearance to a rose and is also very fragrant. This flower is particularly unique, as it is the only official Hawaiian island flower that is not native to the islands. It . SINCLAIR, Isabella [Mrs. Francis, Jr.] Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands. Forty-four Plates Painted in Water-colours and Described. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 2° ( x mm). 44 chromolithographed plates after Sinclair by Leighton Brothers.
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Kokio-ula, from Sinclair's Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands. Kokio-ula is scientifically known as Hibiscus kokio. Hooker encouraged Isabella to publish her watercolors and observations in a book on flowers of Hawaii.
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Hawaii is known for its flora and fauna, and is synonymous with beautiful, picturesque, exotic flowers which are considered to be an integral part of Hawaiian culture. Hawaiian Plants and Tropical Flowers This site features photographs and descriptions of different Hawaiian flower and plant species organized by flower color and other plant characteristics.
The Hawaiian Islands have an interesting variety of plant species, with about half being native species and half being introduced species. Get this from a library. Indigenous flowers of the Hawaiian islands. [Francis Sinclair, Mrs.; Thordarson Collection.]. Here are the official colors and flowers of Hawaiian islands from the bottom to the top, Hawaii to Ni’ihau.
The Big Island – Red – Lehua flower First, The Big Island is red for the fire goddess Pele who lives there, lava is also red. The bright red flower growing in the tropical forests on Hawaii island is the Lehua. each with its Hawaiian and botanical name, natural habitat and blossoming period, compiling these materials into the folio-size book, Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands ().
It would be the first book to feature colour plates of Hawaiian plants and flowers. She also documented the authenticity of its 44 coloured plates. Media in category "Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands ()" The following 50 files are in this category, out of 50 total.
Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands, Mrs. Frances Sinclair, 1, × 1,; KB. This book was the first to feature color plates of Hawaiian flowers and plants. Isabella Sinclair documented the authenticity of her 44 colored plates, sending specimens of each plant to the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, : K.
The yellow hibiscus has the distinction of being the state flower. Also referred to as pua aloalo, native Hawaiians chose the hibiscus flower in a variety of colors as the official bloom as far back as Then, inhowever, the official flower was changed to the more specific yellow hibiscus.
Official Native Language of Hawaii. Native Hawaiian was recognized as the official state language of Hawaii in All State Languages. The legal language states: "The Hawaiian language is the native language of Hawaii and may be used on all emblems and symbols representative of the State, its departments, agencies and political subdivisions.".
Metrosideros polymorpha, the ʻōhiʻa lehua, is a species of flowering evergreen tree in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae, that is endemic to the six largest islands of is a highly variable tree, being 20–25 m (66–82 ft) tall in favorable situations, and a much smaller prostrate shrub when growing in boggy soils or directly on produces a brilliant display of flowers.
The Hawaiian islands, isolated by thousands of miles of ocean for millions of years, posses a unique assemblage of native flowers and plants. This text describes more than indigenous and endemic species of Hawaiian plants, their characteristics and habitats, and how they came to be.
The photographs aim to provide an easy and accurate means of recognizing a given plant and serve as a. This beautiful chromolithograph is from Isabella Sinclair’s Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands: Forty-Four Plates Painted in Water-Colours and Described by Mrs.
Francis Sinclair. The work was published in London in by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington. The plates were printed by Leighton brothers. This is from the first edition of “One of [ ]. Elizabeth McHutcheson Sinclair (26 April – 16 October ) was a Scottish homemaker, farmer, and plantation owner in New Zealand and Hawaii, best known as the matriarch of the Sinclair family that bought the Hawaiian island of Niʻihau in Born in Glasgow, Scotland, she married Francis Sinclair, a ship's six children in tow, the family moved to New Zealand.
English: Cover of Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands by Mrs. Frances Sinclair (Isabella Sinclair), published. The Indigenous Trees of the Hawaiian Islands [Joseph Francis Charles Rock] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.
Isabella McHutcheson Sinclair was born in Scotland but emigrated to New Zealand as a child and then married into the Sinclair family that owned land in Hawai’i. She published her Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands in as Mrs.
Francis Sinclair. It’s available from Internet Archive here. Her book was the first book published with color images of Hawaiian flowering plants. Hawaiian Antiquities, completed around —fewer than 20 years after the first missionaries arrived—is a precious source book for the pre-Christian Islands.
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